1 Hughes Center Drive, No. 1901
- List price: $11.7 million
- Previous list price: $20 million in January 2008
- Reduced: $8.3 million
- Price cut: 41.5%
This two-story penthouse in the Park Towers was listed by Prudential at $20 million in 2008 before being relisted for $15 million in 2009, according to Zillow.com. The price was cut to $13.2 million in February 2010 and then to $11.7 million in September, according to Zillow.com.
The penthouse measures 6,799 square feet and has four bedrooms, six bathrooms, a home theater and views of the Las Vegas Strip, according to Prudential. Park Towers, built by casino owner Steve Wynn and developer Irwin Molasky, opened in 2001.
2777 Paradise Road, No. 3801/3901
- List price: $10 million
- Previous list price: $16 million in January 2009
- Reduced: $6 million
- Price cut: 37.5%
This penthouse offers more than 12,000 square feet of living space, including more than 3,000 square feet of wraparound terraces that provide a view of the Las Vegas Strip. The unit has five bedrooms and nine bathrooms and a dining room with a vaulted ceiling, according to Prudential. Florida-based developer Thurnberry Associates built the property.
Miami Beach, Fla.
800 S. Pointe Drive, PH-A
- List price: $16 million
- Previous list price: $22 million in 2008
- Reduced: $6 million
- Price cut: 27.3%
This new luxury condo development, named Apogee, was built by Miami-based developer The Related Group in 2008. The penthouse, which first listed for $22 million in 2008, occupies the top two floors of the building, with 11,000 square feet of terrace and balcony. The rooftop has a private pool and built-in kitchen.
"If (it were) listed for $16 million in 2008, it most likely would have sold by now," says Bryan Sereny, a co-broker for the listing who also represents other sales at Apogee.
812 Park Ave., penthouse
- List price: $15.9 million
- Previous list price: $36.5 million in November 2007
- Reduced: $20.6 million
- Price cut: 56.4%
This 6,500-square-foot triplex penthouse is on the 13th, 14th and 15th floors of a pre-World War II cooperative on Park Avenue. Sotheby's International Realty listed it for $36.5 million in November 2007, and Brown Harris Stevens listed it in June 2009 for $22 million.
Architect James Carpenter won an award from the American Institute of Architects' New York chapter for his work on this building in 1927, according to Corcoran.
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